Industry 4.0, or the 4th industrial revolution, is a general term applied to the interaction of software and the ability to communicate with internet enabled devices, the IoT (internet of things). The borders between virtual reality and real(?) reality are becoming blurred as more and more devices become “smart” or at least “connected”.
This session is hands on and shows how to use Omnis to talk with simple and more complex industrial devices and setups. It involves learning some GCODE – a simple procedural language for controlling machines – and using Omnis to control the logic of machines. At the end of the session, you can take home something you produced on a real machine.
The session outline includes: